Every parent wants to protect his or her relationship with his or her child. In most instances, this means making the most out of the time you and your child have together. For other parents, it means fighting with the child’s other parent in an attempt to get them to recognize the current child custody and visitation agreement.
Too many parents fail to honor the child custody and visitation agreements they have signed on to. That failure can take many forms, including:
- Repeatedly being late in delivering the child for scheduled visits
- Failing to deliver the child for scheduled visits
There are several steps that you can take if your child custody and visitation rights are not being respected, including:
- Seeking a contempt order
- Pursuing a modification in child custody
- Calling the police and pressing custodial interference charges
Experienced Family Law Representation Dedicated To Protecting Your Rights And Best Interests
At the Law Office of David Pedrazas, PLLC, attorney David Pedrazas understands how difficult it can be to have to deal with a parent who flouts the current child custody and visitation agreement you have in place. With more than 20 years of experience and more than 1,000 divorce and family law cases to his credit, attorney David Pedrazas has the skill and experience necessary to be able to help you to hold your child’s other parent accountable for his or her failure to abide by the child custody and visitation agreement you both signed on to.
Contact Salt Lake City Child Custody Enforcement Attorney David Pedrazas
If you are a parent who is concerned about violations of your child custody and visitation agreement, having an experienced attorney as your guide can be the best step you can take toward making sure that you are able to effectively pursue the resolution you need. Turn to the Law Office of David Pedrazas, PLLC, for the skill and experience you need. To schedule a free initial consultation, call 801-263-7078 or contact us online.